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Making Spark Cloud Native at Data Mechanics
"Your host is tobias. Macy inch today maneuvering giannis. Stefan about data mechanics cloud native spark platform for data engineers. So giannis can you start by introducing yourself to be here. So yeah. I'm john eve i am. I'm the co founder of mechanics. Priority mechanics was a software engineer auditor. Bricks lead their spark infrastructure team. Sanal being working. We spark cousin infrastructure provider for quite a few. But i'm pretty passionate about it. So i hope i have some interesting stories to share with your audience and do you remember how you first got. Involved in the area of data management. Yes so. i studied engineering. In france then went to the. Us stanford at the time machine learning was. Everyone's obsession. I remember the pretty popular machine. Learning class by andrew hang had one hundred thousand students registered but it was actually a separate class that interests me mining massive data sets at which was like my introduction to distributed computing and. I find that this area was a great mix of really software. Engineering problems algorithms architecture problems. And then i had the opportunity to join. Data breaks as a pretty early software engineer just out of college and that was an amazing experience. And that's how. I go all in that area. And so you mentioned that you had that experience of running spark at data bricks and now you're running it for other people in your company data mechanics. I'm wondering if you can start by giving a bit more of an overview about what it is that you're building their data mechanics and some of the story behind. What made you decide to set out on your own and run your own business to help provide this service to more people. Yeah of course. Sedate mechanics is a cloud. Native spark platform for data engineers. Our platform is deployed on kuban cluster. That we create and manage for our customers inside their cloud accounts so the contract with our users. Our users develops barcode. They submit it and then we take care of scaling infrastructure tuning the configurations collecting logs and making them available enough friendly user interface.
Dr. Theodore Belfor on Cranial Facial Development
"Very very excited today to have dr theodore belfour on the podcast. I heard about dr bell. Four in james ness doors. New book called breath. And we're gonna be talking about all of that today on the show and dr belfour. He's of new york university college of dentistry and a senior certified instructor for the international association for orthodontics in the nineteen sixties. Dr bell was sent to vietnam to work as the sole brigade dentists for four thousand soldiers of the hundred ninety six light infantry from the jungles of vietnam to park avenue in manhattan upon his return opened his own private dental office in new york city and has been private practice for more than forty years and dr belfour specializes in the treatment of the cranial facial system. And that's what we're gonna be diving into today. So dr bill for welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. It's my pleasure excellent. So what are we. Start by talking about how this all began and go back to. You know what happened. That change the cranial bones the cranial structure our skulls that led to this epidemic of of airway issues breathing issues at all of the health issues. That come with that well How we develop. How would grow and develop is based on how we breathe Aloe and we chew so just looking at how we chew. According to the us department of agriculture today in us sixty three percent of diet is processed and refined foods so without the proper stimulation to the body. We are not fully expressing on jeans when not developed in to offer full potential because that particularly when off jaws do not grow forward enough Do you re trues. Those jaws helps to push the tongue backwards into the airway and down to throw sanal. We have compromised sleeping breathing.
"sanal" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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On EU's doorstep, UN raises alarm for thousands of young migrants sleeping rough
"Whatever. Two and a half thousand migrants and refugees have been forced to sleep rough in bosnia herzegovina for several weeks on the european union's doorstep despite the fact that suitable sheltered accommodation is available in an interview with you and uses daniel johnson. Peter our chief of mission in bosnia for the migration agency describes the of trying to find a quick solution to this urgent problem. You also explains why it's so important at all. Countries abide by their international commitments to helping vulnerable people in line with the global compact for safe or leeann regular migration adopted by majority of u n member states in december two thousand and eighteen years ago has been a transit country for migrants from greece trying to reach other parts of the european union. Since dan rea two thousand eighteen we've had a perennial problem of a lack of accommodation in bosnia herzegovina. Each window reface seamer thought john just but this year to challenge is actually larger because we have two thousand five hundred eight thousand five hundred refugees in bossier to gopinath sleeping in inhuman conditions. The reason for this is the ability of bosnian political system. If you want to decide where accusations should be because ironically or or cynically she won't. We actually do have sufficient spaces in two centers that we could open within twenty four hours but because a political resistance at the local level do locations. Dc's not happy so it's not a matter of the seasons. It's not a matter of money but it is a matter of political decision-making which obviously now he's ready urgent because the winter conditions are getting worse as we speak so you say that there's a problem of administrative procedure and there's also local opposition to housing the migrants. So that's a very difficult position for you to be in but as you say. The immediate problem is is really urgent. Because it's so cold and the camp that to the emergency count the leaper. Emergency tent camp burned down after being closed because it wasn't suitable for migrants didn't have electricity water. So what exactly is the un migration agency managing to do to help these people well. We're certainly pursuing a two track approach if you like the one we have increased our humanitarian assistance to people sleeping outside interest jackets winter. I sleeping bags sold packages we to get our partners. The danish refugee council and requested try to cover everyone while he's somehow reducing human suffering. Eat obesity does not provide an answer to the need for human accommodation while the other part of the work. We're trying to do trying to support the authorities at different levels to come together and to build a consensus as to where these new accusation could be. So these are the two efforts. But you're sort of stuck in as a un agency in the sense that while we have the resources it's not to or any other un agency to decide where my accusations should be that he's really up to the sovereign country in this case. Both here to go now to decide. I can just go to building erica. Dc sanal migrant accusations so. We're very much dependent on the local political process in while you can support while he can bringing ideas while driving people to get at the end of the day. You're dependent on local. Political decisions has the opposition to migration and migrants in bosnia. Been growing is it. I mean we're not talking about tens of thousands of people by any means are we know we're talking about today. In the county i would estimate about eight thousand five hundred. Marcus enrich In the country of three point five million inhabitants. That should not. I mean that he's not a a a large crisis by any stretch of the imagination There are two issues their first modern stint be located in two parts of the country canceling saudi avoid sonic canton and the frustration specifically again. He's as so being left alone in not heavy as sort of a national strategy. Few michael spreading these accusations center south across the country when it comes to the local population licenses. Debtors small minority that. He's very vocal on facebook older social media channels sometimes using a very phobic language my senses however that if you look at the majority of people they may not have wanted bosnia to become a country for transit migration but they do agree that while the migrants should be our country that they should be taken care of properly absolutely an just wondering what it is that the un migration agency needs to happen. Obviously you want to relocate migrants and for the most part they young men on the where are they from well in terms of the solution. The solution is relatively straightforward from humanitarian operational perspective. We need additional accusation in structures that are adequate ford winter. I think that's in terms of the solution where we need to go in terms of the makeup of the mike and refugee population. Here we have about eighty percents single males and twenty percent families with children and unaccompanied children usually boys between sixteen and eighteen for these families and children. We have sufficient activation so we don't have any families children or unaccompanied or separated children sleeping outside. The challenge faces itself with the single males in terms of nationalities. Biggest group Bangladesh of ghanistan north africa in iraq. He's the makeup of the population that we go have here. I'm what do they tell you. These these young men. Why have they come to europe. Well they've gone to europe of course. Individual circumstances differ but most of them have come to europe to look for a life somewhere fleeing conflict in afghanistan but many of them are looking simply to go to placing within the european union. Start working and send money back to their family. That is sort of the story. You almost universally here. And
"sanal" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast
"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com again. . This one's kind of appropriate to the season. . It's a Chris Light refreshing. . Sparkling wine it's the presto sparkling rose zeh than non vintage extra-dry. . Nine, , ninety, , nine at whole foods. . I. Think . it's exclusive whole foods they sell elsewhere in the world but in the United States, , it's whole foods. . and. . It's if you like. . You'RE GONNA. Like . this wine. . It's made in the same <hes> way that tank from Tation Shar map. . Large pressurized bats the pressure when the CO two was released the second fermentation. . The pressure foots the bubbles right back into the one. . The DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS For Sakho says the glaring rape which the white grape. . used. . The grain grape and the rebozo. . Gra to local Grapes of the region Veneto. . and. . Trentino Trentino up all toil Dj. . Gratiot and Benito is Sakho. . Northern Italy way, , up there. . <hes> the red grapes are two popular grapes in Italy about you don't see him that often in the U. S.. . Ever, , really good at Italian wine shop L. The you might find them there because they make good one. . But you know most people aren't familiar and in a sparkling wine doesn't really matter because that's been fermented twice. . Like. . I said if you like for sexual like this, , it's got a different. . Flavor profile, , but it's got some rounded red fruit in it. . Now, not , lot still basically a Chris sparkling wine. . NOTICED SIP in two minutes? ? Taken two steps in two minutes basically tells you that it's got good acidity. . Yeah. . So. . That's all you need to know really the light refreshing ten buckle foods sparkling wine from. . Italy. . And you know what they are thinking about, , which may or may not make much difference at all. . Why is it a sparkling wine? ? In Italy, , the word for sparkling wine is full monty. . You know this is a smart I mean for Seco- Samante Champagnes? ? Format. . It just means sparkling wine doesn't mean anything. . But I think one of the problems is that. . In most Americans when they think about sparkling wine, they , think about. . Those sweet inexpensive ones from the Asti region which sold like crazy for a long long time. . I think they still do. . Okay. . But the cattle got. . You know the kind of Societas with an expensive nat maybe that grape wine, , there's been a few scandals there won't get into. . This cheap wine fighter. . We don't really care about this but for kind of Blue Osteo Ahmadis, , water because they were drier. . More detail. . You know they weren't these sweet things not the sweet wine is terrible. . Not a huge fan, , but people are so tweets their own. . So this is a sparkling wine should wear should be Presto Spur Monte Rosa. . And that's pretty good little line and the reason is not called. . For Sakho rose as because. . They're very very. . <hes> they've they've they've they've value their brand their brand is the glare grape. . Grown of <unk> region main the Sharm, , method and they actually a few years ago changed the name it used to be the for Sakho, , grape? ? Grown in the region made the cycle wine. . Anybody who could grow the? ? In Spain California Argentina could call their wine for sex change the grape to Glenora you can grow the grape anywhere, , but you gotTa Call Glare on that percents they protected their brand. . And that's the reason. . This isn't for Cycle Rosa because it camping has to be made from the lyric grape. . That's a white one. . And this is what this is a light refreshing ten bucks. . What else do you want what ton Buck Rosa bubbly from from Italy? ? I can't think of anything else tasted to me. . Third SIP and four minutes. . and. . I. . Don't have much more to say about against the job done. . You know. . Yeah. . I mean. . Is it my favorite wine? ? The whole real? ? No but. . I require wine to be the favourite wine every time out this gets the job done. . It does what it was meant to do and a dozen well. . So. . That's it for me. . On the next one key cheap. .
"sanal" Discussed on Scummy Mummies
"We do we do that in a way where we talk about our experiences of how we will blow up and how we were raised and to see, , are we going to do that with the children are we? ? Would we change? ? Do we want to change everybody does alive? ? Oversee was raised a certain way. That's . why you are person who wants today. . So do you WanNa implement those things within your children and if not why you know? ? So what was your upbringing night cindy? ? So I grew up with my grandma, , I was raised by my grandma and she is one. . Amazing women tell you that and she's a very recommend until this day she's been on the frontline she's in seven and she's been working to the. . While you're in you. . Corona. . Upbringing. . <hes> was I don't want to say straits she she was tricks to me I was it was easy for me to get away a lot because she was very hard of women just always work, , and so she'd be like you know cindy stay home going to work up like, , yes man and I will wait the house. . And do whatever I wanted and come back and she'll think I was an angel child because beast islands. . I was living my best line. . and. . Then she'd be like, you , know McConnell, , she's just hope these have been upset London we've May. . have been passed up in day. . Before she gets. . Say Oh I'm in bus south London we get all the way out oxygen. . Data. . Good Guitar. . All the time it was just awesome. . I didn't have I didn't go any of my siblings assholes so. . So, , yes I was a mischievous child, but , she thinks. . She said, , we'll keep it that way. . Of My <hes> Mom and Dad. . Has Several openings and <hes>. . Yeah. . What can they get away with things that Sydney did I mean it was it was kinda impossible but <hes>. . Yeah. . Grow of a family. . Mom and dad there. . Obviously, , they sent me to boarding school so. . It's kind of different different life in boarding school, , but I won't vote because that's where the okay. . Yeah. . Yeah Yeah. . Yeah I was I was an okay job. . kind of taking from your own upbringing you want to. . Use on your children. . With me when our girl we always learn to respect. . I do respect and love etc, , and about sharing. . So that's the thing that I like to tell my kids about that. . I think for me is <hes> independently. . From the from the beginning of quite independent, , my grandma made me that way to work law. . So she taught me from the eighth I was cooking rice on the stove unlike. . Preparing her enough when she comes back from home without because I wanted to because I was angry working all day and. . taught me from a very young age that clean the home and she was very, , you must clean if you want husband must clean. . bursary. . You Must Cook. . You must learn how to cook. . You must do your luggage underneath. . Hook. . That time as a child I hated it I was like, , wow, , do on this team and clean. . But like now is <hes> an adult. . I'm Kinda glad that she told me they think that I just absolutely love to cook and now I do that with. . The eldest child now she loves to cook and I get her to understand like you know the importance of cleaning up after yourself like I don't do things for her like she's like she's been very quite independent from. . Since she was a baby and I've tried to encourage that for. . So yeah that's one thing is probably independence. . Karate. . Kid Isn't it you have to learn how to walk so Anyway. . I'm with CNN and you say in the first podcast episode that you had when you were was nineteen. . Yeah. . You had a few years as a young single parent and what was that like I have just become a single parent in the locker I'm an old hag. . Like. . I. . Would that like when I was listening to your story saying yeah, , it was it's been strange because. . I never experienced life. . I've never experienced life without a child when I think by now I was a child you know about to go into like you know the world of work, , and then how childlike there was no time for play and there was no time. . This might whole twenty s I was a mum like from the beginning. . So that was a big shift and it was like growing up as a teenager. . I was always the one that was always in bubbly didn't all the social groups and then I kind of had to like. . Like, , quiet down a bit because it was like, , okay, , I'm a Mamba that time I still didn't quite wanted to do that because I still wanted to live my life, , but it was really hard trying to balance still being a young adult and a teen and having to be a responsible adult and a mom if that makes sense. . So that was like that was really mentally stressful. . Dot Period but now. . As I've obviously grown and I've had Serena. . I think I'm grateful for the experience because I've been able to. . Me and saying that we've grown together like we've grown up together and we've got like such a close bond in that way because I don I stepped in. . Changed the whole gambit. . Guys on. . Basically saying they're going to do this. . You're GONNA do that. . You know hope I did differently depending no. . Change. . Boxing I've seen that from. . Sin Seeing how independent she is even though I'm in the household she still like you know dust by somebody sometimes you forget yeah because I'm used to. . With anyone. . I'd never lived with a man until you I've never lived with a man. . I. . Never imagined. . And it was always like. . Always on me, , my bubble of me and Sienna, , and like I really like even to this day I find it hard to allow you to descend things even. . In the house. . I'm not thrilled. .
"sanal" Discussed on CodeLess
"Information and links and the show notes. While I'm naive and I've worked in tech for about ten years now. I started out in hardware and then I moved over to web development and then I moved back into it. I wasn't early user of no code before it was even named no code. I've seen it grow from automation. Sanal folks who know the basics of HTML CEA says are able to visually create websites with tools like web flow and bubble and they're able to get these websites up and running very quickly and entrepreneurs are able to create their MVP without raising any kind of funding. So I've definitely seen how it has changed for entrepreneurs for it people and folks who may be interested in just building visually altogether my prediction for the no code space in the future is that we will see no coders and coders integrate more. We will see coders become more comfortable with using no code tools to automate small processes or simple things like their newsletter or curated content. Also think we'll get a lot of folks who are new to know code who will eventually wants to learn the back end code of the tools that that they are using to build visually. So that's how I kind of see things I see. Both sides being curious about the other and using both where they seek fit. Hello My name is doc. Williams founder of brand factor INC and. I am a solution architect. The impact of no code over the past decade. That's interesting I mean. To tell you the truth I think having a label on it is pretty new. But it's been around for yawns of time right more than a decade. I think it's been very impactful for myself. That's how I started in business. I didn't know how to Code. I didn't know how to create APPS and no code tools to help me to get into the digital marketing space and really changed my entire course in life just by having access and knowing how to do this the impact that I see going on with no code for the next decade. I think there's GonNa be tons of application. I think you're going to be able to see the benefit of it in the startup world being able to create iterations and MVP's a lot quicker. And I think general companies will see the benefit of having access to someone being able to mock up and skill very quickly and for freelancers and developers. I think you're going to be able to do a lot more freelancing and be effective for people to see your dream see your value very very rapidly using no code..
"sanal" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk
"Show. Sanal Geyer up Alex Wurz still don't like it, max Pappas. I'll tell you why tell me why. I'll tell you. I don't like it because. Has the whole purpose of the wroval is madness. The whole purpose of the wroval is to be a ridiculous race, where people just run into crap left and right. Thank you. Jimmy johnson? By widening that chicane giving people more room the race. Yes. Guys might be able to make more passes. But I don't wanna see passes. I wanna see two cars not enough room in that chicane. That's what I want to see. You went into to hit that hit that cone, constantly exactly what the cone continue to move. You You know. know, I mean because that's the whole purpose of the race is to be over the top like nuts, like, you know, what's going to happen next and by widening, the track, you're taking away some of that. What's going to happen next factor? That's why I don't like it. I like it because it gives me time to say the words chicane that's true. And that's going to be the new buzzword going into the race fatigue. And Chikan Casey. You can. Before we get to the end stuff. Can I share some stories with you? Yes, please. So I was I was in Vancouver. Oh, that's right. You went to the draft. That was the draft me your fun Vancouver is an interesting town. The university of British Columbia. Gorgeous campus. Oh, really? I stayed there one of their hotels. Gorgeous, rigging campus. Oh, that's awesome. And for you. Oh, gorgeous. Can't the far east was? So you would have been in heaven. So I went there and I went to fly fly as I wanted to do from Winnipeg to Vancouver. A three hour flight. But I got there an hour later that I left so you figure timezones Al. I know. Right. So I get there, I get to the rental car thing. It's already prepaid, and they're like, oh Jeep Wrangler. And then goes through the thing he's like nice. We just all right. We, we, we gave away the Wrangler, really want the rank did you really want the Wrangler? I'm like it doesn't just give me something. That's equal to it. It's like okay, well I got two options for you here we. All right. Richard put it on the Toyota yard for close. I at the dodge, Durango Oton is okay. All right. Okay. What's the other option? Like, I don't know if you want this one. All right. Richards. Don't be a dick. Tell me what the hell. What you got for me? Hopefully, it will be test. It's like all right. I got the dodge Durango and I got the. BMW X, or it is. And I said to myself, I said to myself, I'm like self. There is not a bigger time for you to be a big baller. Exactly. And get yourself a beamer. Yeah, we're draft weekend at by the way, the total cost of it. Ninety two bucks way. Getting me. She got jen's points worked out greats beamer for thirty bucks. A day that is awesome. All I was big dick ball. And in that in that beamer x one low is that a beautiful car, not that the Durango would have been bad. No. But I have a dodge already. Exactly, what am I going to get a chance to buy much less drive a beamer? I know exactly right on. That's awesome. Man. I thought about it for like half a second. I'm like, you know, may now beamer cage just give me the beamer. Did you say I would have been like you didn't lead with that? Like you have the beamer in you'd lead with the dodge. Well, he maybe he thought I would just take the first one he said. Right, right. Right. I just want a long flight and I just want to get my car and go, I've been waiting. I've been waiting to get a Wrangler because it seems like every time now that might evil. Boston's me out to do crap like this. I have to drive like two and a half hours. I'm like, I don't want to drive two and a half hours in a Jeep Wrangler. So I get like, you know, the car or something that's quiet. And I'm just I've been trying to get the Wrangler, but I've never been to the place where I only have to drive like, say, twenty minutes or something to the kit to beamer, the beamer. Yeah. Well, yeah. I'll.
"sanal" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He talking about his actual brother Seth curry, but he has a splash brother and Klay Thompson, who scored thirteen of his twenty four in the warriors. Thirty nine point third quarter. He was three of eleven at the half miss three or four from behind the art, but got sizzling hotness, second have Tim Legler with these thoughts on game two on sports with as BP for I'd say forty out of the forty eight minutes in his game defensive effort was exactly what it needs to be against this team. They gave him a level of priority that they need to those two shooters without Durant on the floor. So that's what you take now as far as the demoralized. One good thing is in this situation. You're gonna drop a game like this. Good thing to change venues, Sanal. You get to go home and interesting if they dropped game one in this fashion. Right. You gotta come right back to oracle. Today's later play them, again, might different story changed venues gives them a lot of adrenaline. Great net building, there's no doubt you watch the film. You're going to see an awful lot of good. That came out of this, you just have to manage the critical moments better. When you play it's Golden State. We know that the margin for air so slim against that Team New capitalize if you do not, and then one thought on Golden State as they changed venues as well. Doors alludes to look. They've seen it all they've been through it all collectively, whether Durant's playing or not. They been to Portland. They know they know the venue. They know what their in store for what will Kerr take from this night, outside of the spirit in the fight that guy in the win that he can say, that's good enough. And what will he point to say this isn't good? Well, clearly, he said, even in his interview that this was not good enough effort in the first half. They didn't play hard enough. They didn't take this seriously enough that this team is going to come out and compete. So that's what you focus on. If you want them to pick it up the good thing about this. You go back and look at the last four five minutes at a game. There's fingerprints all over it from other guys, not Steph curry Klay Thompson. That's what this team is all of all about the greatness of those two players, occupying guys to allow Draymond green, etc. And kevon.
"sanal" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Which find a four coach could most use a title for his reputation, Bruce Pearl. Thirty six percent that Tom Izzo second at twenty eight percent Reuss Pearl and coach beard will join us a little bit later on in the program. Dan, dockage show enemy will join us coming up next hour and Grant Hill will join us coming up. I think in about ten or fifteen minutes from now. Correct. That'd be that'd be great yesterday was one of those strange days that we closed down the man cave. We're going to open up the new man cave and a couple of weeks. We're getting ready to go to the final four. We were headed to the airport and at the airport with mclovin and all of a sudden he has his phone with him. He goes. Oh, no. Oh, no. And I go what he goes like van like a bad thing. Why wasn't sure because it surprised him? So he's got his phone. He's going on though. Oh, no. And your like something happened to Bryce Harper. And so I go what? And then he hands me his phone. And I thought that it's make love and joke where I'm going to hand you my phone, and it just happens to be Bryce Harper getting a home run. So I was like I'm not gonna fall for it. And he hand me his phone and it said Dan Patrick show nominated for sports EMMY for best studio show daily studio show. So all I mean, it just it was great. It was great to see that. And the fact that we got to share that with everybody the people in you know, who work in Los Angeles behind the scenes and be able to share that with them yesterday. And last night. It was great. Yes. And the danettes ready working on their acceptance speeches? Well, yes, paulie, we were on the plane together. Fritzy, Seton I and we were celebrating a little bit right before we took off. But then we're looking at the plane, and we have a plane situation for you. If if our playing God forbid went down, it was me, Seton, fritzy. But also on the plane was Tim Legler former NBA player and analyst for the mothership in Andy Katz, very popular college basketball writer and on air, if we went down, I think we're all lumped together as sports. Medium or Sanal shoehorning? I'm going to say, Tim Legler I and and fifty others Harish. Like, it wasn't like a, you know, it's not like Dwayne Wade was on the plane. Yes. See I think that they would eventually make a movie about that down flights sort of like, you know, the day the music died when Richie Vallon big Bopper. Oh that big buddy. Holly. Yeah. But sort of like a TV special, maybe maybe a digital piece. I don't know how we went so morbid yesterday, but we did because then we started wondering, well, would they do something would they show a video clip of the dannettes who perished in the flight at the sports Emmys, and we're guaranteed the win this. They have to win. Yes. And then I go up there. And I say, I I accept this award. They probably I'd breakdown. I'd be crying. Jim Nance would help me. He'd helped me off stage. And it would just be mclovin. An eye to continue this show. By mclovin. How often does that send? Dan, you get to sit in the front row. I like everything about this scenario except for these guys. Well, I like everything about this. But. Could be the other way. What if you and me went down and those three had to accept. It's fifty fifty. It's not a bad way to go though. That's a terrible way to go. Well, no for me. It'd be fine. Like, oh my God. Like what what he could have been had he stayed alive. What he could have been on forever. Don't you want to do what you have gone back to? Yes. What would he have done? What you want to do a show in the new man cave. Yes. I do. Yes. I do just one show at least that that new man cave is so awesome. Yes point. Yeah. And I've got a lot of room on my mantle it'd been nice. But if you're playing went down, Dan and mclovin club. I don't think you get a mentioned because Dan is kinda separate and lesser other famous people on that flight, I remember getting on a plane and Paul Horning the golden boy for the Green Bay Packers Heisman
"sanal" Discussed on Get Up!
"That's a five point lead not anymore that of merkich with the land Sanal, it's three blazers still down three. There's Lillard with Elaine. They cut it to one now. Eight seconds left with the nets up one point set courier on a steel and a foul and he's got an opportunity with two shots to put Portland ahead. You figure step Korea's gonna knock down these shots. Right. Surely surprised he didn't both of these free throws down. It was a terrific defensive effort snatching of often the ngelo Russell lake. He would miss the first then make the second. So we're tied. Nets take time out three and a half seconds left. Where are they going to go for the shot to get the game winner? They were still trying to figure that out greening. Ultimately, ended up at the end the Russell's hands lower percentage shot that he did live and it ends up in overtime where with fifteen seconds left. The Angelo Russell again open lane to the hoop. He's got it. He would score thirty nine. Points on this night of this one would tie game again at one thirty two blazers of a chance for the win. But once again, we're getting bad looks late in these games doubled on Lillard. That's the best they could do. And so we're going to second overtime under four minutes left. The score tied at one thirty two. We're gonna show you here Nerkez backing down and defender and scoring to give the blazers a two point lead. We're not gonna show you what would happen with him. Again. You're going to see him lying on the floor in pain. I tell you. This was one of those injuries sort of like the Paul George one that we've seen in some others. Jalen too graphic to show on television. Yeah. It was really gruesome greeny. And the fortunate thing for nurse is he was having a terrific game a season high points playoffs are approaching he's there anchor Donald off a lot of emotion on this. We'll talk about it in a moment. 'cause they'll show you how the game ended here with Portland up a dues. This is Jared Dudley who looks like he's blocked a shot here. And he's looking for a tie up. He's looking for jump ball doesn't get. Instead, they call a foul, and it's going to center Rodney hood to the line to shoot a Cup. Couple of free throws Dudley would argue. But to no avail they make the foul shots in the blazers would win it one forty eight one forty four. But no one was thinking about that. When it was done. I was playing the game in Vegas. Similar thing. Happened for Jordan does exactly what it looked like when I saw I was just like. Unfortunately, everyone to see that. Anybody let alone your team seen wanting approaches going that goes to goes down like that. I'm just let's just don't know what to say. But so I'm just gonna go home and pray for me because this is bigger than basketball. You know, I've just need to. I mean, we clicked plus, but we cannot have been celebrated be no because I mean, he was big part of our family. As far as on the court. The impact of Norwich inches is difficult to overstate. He's been very good Portland. Outscores teams by ten point four points per one hundred possessions when he's on the floor when he's on the bench. They outscored by nearly five points per one hundred possessions. So we use it incredibly important player. Even if he isn't a household name in the way that some of the other stars around the league are first off. I would just ask you both have you ever been on the floor for an injury like that? And what is it like on the floor in the building?.
"sanal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Five eight zero Jalen, nah, eight five eight zero Jalen you can leave her to tell a million. And if you leave us a message Reggie will maybe listen to it definitely not edited down Teferi not ended it down and put it on the podcast, just like this. Let's listen to a ninety second one filtered. Joe what what is your boy Krantz shut Shut up up? shut out to DJ money for the t shirts. Good-looking girl, cruciate you so much. I got a theory, man. I'm wondering, okay. We know they're Zionist exploded. I'm wondering if it exploded because he was wearing a guard. Tight shoot. No saying he wasn't winning a big, man. Like lebron? If he was willing to pay the Browns or something like that more more of a structural structural food. Wouldn't it maybe were not have exploded? I'm just wondering and all get another theory 'cause I e r v LeBron's I player that he signed under under Tena bonus for. Get towards reality yet autoclaves on his 'cause I on the first player that LeBron sign. Under his imprint let me know what? Oh, his family members Cheo into the program big crown TJ money cut like there's certain people finger roll Jones executive organisers is soldiers. Uncle mar Omar met you. But I love you big crown is one of those the greatest mail carrier in the history of milk carrying rains neat. Hell snow? Big crown. Gotcha. That's why eventually on this program. I wanna make sure we do a segment about what I'm gonna say underappreciated professions milk carriers. Didn't it done? However, be being in mail carrying a little bit like being on television. Like, we're about to be elite. We all know where this industry is going like Sanal male this going to be twenty thirty five. I don't know if snail mail still happening. I disagree. You you don't think in twenty thirty five you'll still be bills in the mail. You're still begin your phone Bill in the mail digitally? You still feel that way? Well, they're always going to be things that need to get milk horse packages of packages, but actual snail mail getting a Bill or check in the mail. The government will continue to mellow say wrote a letter the other day. Suckers shelter. The G Chuck d public public public and. So big crown basically asked the question, do I think Zion was more susceptible to be injured because he was wearing the shoe of someone with a body type like Paul George purses. One of like, LeBron James. Here's what I initially said about this entire topic. I've been at the university of Michigan and the Nike rep has come to the locker room and they put out a big bag shoes. Support him on a floor and thought we were going to jump around like high school like a fifth grade. Were you like these? All right. They're not real. He's okay. Okay. What else guys we appreciate you guys taking the time and energy forever? Grateful that you came today. We're not wearing none of these. And so they went back to the lab. And then they came back with the Barclays they came back with the Harare. They came back with the dias Sanders became back with the Bo Jackson's, and then we picked the Harare cheese, and they didn't even want us to rock that become a non the ruts were so weird. I remember first seeing and be like are these even sneakers harangue like what what is the they weren't considered a basketball shoe yet who saw people with the body type of Chris Webber Juwan Howard still being able to rock them. So here's back to the original question if I'm dying. I'm any big time collegiate athlete, you don't have much leverage or what you wear what brand you wear. No. But you do have leverage on what you wear. Yes. Okay. So therefore..
"sanal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Excuse absentee voting beginning. November of next year voters will be able to go to the polls for a full week prior to election day and cast a ballot. Just because they feel like it. Currently you need one of about a dozen excuses for the twenty twenty election early voting will be available October twenty four through thirty first and the current absentee system will remain in place as well. For those who want to vote up to forty five days in advance. John Matthews on WMA Allen, WFAN dot com. Eleven MS thirteen members could get the death. Penalty if they're found guilty of charges related to the kidnappings and murders of two minors in our area back in two thousand sixteen. Prosecutors allege Email Sanal farro, aka hitman, ordered lower level MS thirteen members to kill someone who's Facebook post showed. He was a member of a rival gang. The boy was Lord to homes run stream valley park in Fairfax county and murdered Elmer. Martinez aka killer told how far oh he thought the other victim was cooperating with police. So prosecutors say Al Faro put out a hit on that person who was Lord to the same park and murdered. They say the lower level gang members Tate both of the killings. So they could prove it carried them out in deserve promotions have their Curtis. Son WMA Allen, WFAN dot com and B singer R Kelly is scheduled to appear in Bonn court tomorrow in Chicago after being charged with sex crimes involving minors that go back more than a decade. Attorney Michael Levanon who represents to alleged victims calls Kelly a quote predator. I am confident that he will be convicted in other jurisdictions. Actions as well. And he will rightfully die in prison somewhere. Whether it be an or elsewhere in America, he should never walk free. Another day in his life in the wake of jussie smollet arrest on a charge of allegedly filing a false police report. He's been dropped from the last two episodes of the TV show he starred in for the last five years Lee Daniels, the creator and an executive producer of the FOX television series empire released a statement along with the show's other AP's saying that while smollet is an important member of the empire family, and they all care deeply about him. The statement also says the allegations are disturbing and they're putting their trust in the legal system while this plays out. In the meantime, quote, we have decided to remove the role of Jamal from the two final episodes of the season. And quote, the statement referencing the effect the alleged incident has had on members of the cast and crew as well as disruptions on the set. Jim Roope, Los Angeles, traffic and weather.
"sanal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back. You're listening to the radio. I'm John Phillips your house for today. I'm talking to Dr sue now Jane rejuvenate health just before the break. Dr. Jane, we're talking about some toxins, and I just real quickly. I'd like to get on with the food part of this. Because I think it's so important, but can you just kind of name a couple of top things that people overlook that are basically hurting their health or often hurting people's health that they just kind of overlook I mean, there's tons of different things. But basically you want to look at like, very common items such as toothpaste and shampoos and lotions and creams builder. It's a great place to start even areas, we could just closed guy clean. You know? There's now they're using a lot less toxic chemicals, solvents on their during the cleaning process. When it comes to eat the food unit look at as organic and verbally local as possible. I wanted the most toxic substances that is. Widely used in the United States is a chemical known of eight and that's. Chemical found in round up, and it's great on a lot of different crops. In. It's a controversial urban died in terms of. Exactly how detrimental to health, but a lot of independent. Studies have shown that it damages DNA though. That's why buying organic foods is really important. So. You know, when you're talking about toxins in general, you just want to avoid them as much as possible. From your day-today hygiene supplies to the food to the clothing that you wear the stuff that you bring tied to house who cleaning criminalize, we even use organic pest control where they use essential oils instead of chemicals. Completely safe for children for the patch. And it's on toxic. There's a lot of different possibilities there. When you're talking about an options when you're talking about reducing chemical exposure, God gave us one planet. We need to start taking care of it. So hopefully things like this shows like this will help people like you will help raise awareness on some of these products, and we'll start eating more organically and using stuff. That's been put here naturally. So the big thing in travelling in. Specially for me is I'm thirty eight. Eat for stress, I rested. I you know, I sit down and airport. And it's about having a nice dinner. It's about meeting with people and having drinks, and your whatever. Why is eating at these restaurants so dangerous? What is it? What are they doing to us? So basically when you're eating out at a restaurant. You have no idea. What's winning gradients are used and what quality ingredients are used in the foods that you're eating? Oftentimes these restaurants are going to be using very cheap oil ship oil to cook. With these oils are very dangerous when they're heated up 'cause they get turned into trans fats and have a big big role in inflammation and causing chronic disease. Oftentimes, also, you have sugar that's added into into the food without even realizing or even understanding why it's necessary for them to do. So. Just in general, you know, it's. There's only a couple of manufacturers who distribute food restaurants in the United States. And so if you think about it. You know, unless they're going outside the box. Pretty much getting the same stuff from one place to another. And and so. Aside from the fact that you're not eating the freshest food. Obviously, the food has been sitting person time Naven frozen. So just overall the quality of the food. Par now. But having said that you know, when travelling you have no choice you have to eat something. And that's what I like to stick to basic basic things like salads. Instead of using dressings. I like using olive oil or just a little bit of fresh squeezed lemon with consult. Real simple. Check in or. Come and beans or some some nuts and seeds. The basic items on the menu versus. Very very rich and very saucy. The amount of ingredients that are used to prepare that meal. It's amazing to me as you pointed out how much of the issue sugar is. And it seems that there's just sugar in everything. I start looking at these. When we go to the store, and we buy stuff we buy a health food store here now, and it's even harder to health food store to find products that don't have sugar in some four four. Whether it's corn syrup, or what have you is there safe substitutes for sugar? I mean, obviously, we don't wanna sweet and low or chemicals. But is there a Guaviare? What is what is safe? Well, when I think, it's safe shutters. I talk about pictures from fruit. So you can get you can eat fruit, especially Keith Nowy. But in general. The sugar should be avoided as much as possible and show only to consume date, which isn't fruit. It should only be consumed. If it's in fruit, basically, right? And I mean, even with the fruit, you know, there's some people who take anything to the extreme in and just eat too much fruit. So you know, I like I like sticking the fruits that are more seasonal their little low on the glycemic index scale. Meaning they don't affect the blood sugar as much and those include like, berries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, mold areas. Those kind of things. But yeah, I mean, you know, you can you can you can get it takes about two weeks to overcome sugar addiction, in some cases, even three or four weeks, but usually on average about two weeks, and and you can overcome that addiction by learning to satisfy the sugar cravings with fruit. For me. It's been addiction for thirty years. It's been very that's that's definitely into the part that that is hardest for me. You told me something there? We just have a couple of minutes before the break. But you told me something a while back about kind of what a play chin look like for somebody said, keep it simple. And this is what you can share that a little bit with my listeners. Yeah. You know? There's tons of diet for you hear about nowadays, whether Atkins diet or the diet or the ketogenic diet or the paleo diet or the beacon diet or the food diet, blah, blah, blah. You know, there's tons and tons of diet. I've research this too. Eating real unprocessed on the closest that you can eat it raw possible. I think it's the healthier. It is for you. To two vegetables unlimited amount that I should nuts and seeds a little bit of fruit. And if you're going to have meet you can have a good quality meat. And. Stick to that. I think beams are okay to do moderation. To just more of a unprocessed whole foods, mostly plant-based diet. I think that's that's optimal. But again, I'm not anti meat. And I think that if you have good quality good source, then that's that's fine. As long as you're not eating too much of it. And I think if you if you have a lot of stress you release a lot of stress from your body started understanding that your body will tell you what you lean to do better on. And I imagine some people do more leaning toward being a vegetarian others can have more meaning as well as fruit, etc. And I think that's something as you start working down the path to good health, you well, you understand we're gonna take a short break right now. We're listen when we get back. I'd like a doctor Sanal Jane, tell us about IV therapy, and where we could possibly find this kind of service close to you. You're listening to the mentors. We're speaking with Dr Seuss Jane Virginia health after the break. We're Dr Jane, tell us a little bit about IB therapy..
"sanal" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"Edited down make it into a whole journey for the listener. These are all things you want to decide before hand. The also wanna think about how long you want your show to be. But that also comes down to knowing who you're creating this show for and understanding how long are the shows that they listen to what is their tolerance and all of that. And that can also always be adjusted as well pseudo get into analysis paralysis where you don't do something because you don't fully know the answer Sanal, let's move into naming. So I've said it before, but I just want to remind everyone that when you naming anything, but definitely podcast like this is not the time to be cute or. Roy. I tried it before. So I'm not saying this depreciate anyone I tried it before I did like a play on my name. And I had the Kayla case speaks blog first of all no one can pronounce it. And also it meaning things that people, right? Like, what is that mean? People thought I was like a speaker. I was not a speaker that was a writer. So you have to think about okay, this is not the time to be coy. Some of you have brands ready, and you want to make your podcast the same name as your brand name to keep it consistent. Listen, this is not the time to have default names. Just because you wanna be consistent. This is the time to be strategic. Make it focus on the topic. Make you focus on the theme on the type of podcast, you're going to have not your brand or not some cute Akron that you love and you want to keep going on with because no one is searching for that. No one is searching for that. So there too key places that help your podcast to show up in searches or show up for people who are interested in podcasts. Similar to yours, and that's going to be your name. And that's going to be your description for your show. What you write out in that blur about your show? And so that is why you wanna make sure that you're popping up. It's the same thing as he'll you wanna make sure when people are searching for key words in my case. If people are searching for black woman entrepreneurs if people are searching for side Hustler's, I wanna make sure I come up in that conversation. So with my name and with my podcast description. I make sure to hit on those key words now your name doesn't necessarily have to be literal. But something about your podcast has the signal to the person you're cream it for that. This is for them. Whether that's in your artwork, your description or your title..
"sanal" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Cannot trade for him until July first which makes the Lakers leaders in the clubhouse to do. So sanal. Let's really break this down. Let's take a look at what assets the Lakers have they put in a deal. Now. Most importantly is the twelve million that Casey p is making. So twelve million Casey p in addition to these what do you think makes this work? Jalen rose, five total players. That's a lot. Do. They started to go with that. Yeah. I'm not playing around because if I'm New Orleans he is a top flight player. There will be a team that emerges and says I'll take him for short term rental. That's going to eventually happen. If it gets to the off-season during the season. I don't see a team. Now saying I'm gonna train my second. Best play. Layer. But Anthony Davis because that doesn't necessarily make me a contender. And it doesn't help me. Just let me just throw a couple things out there for you very quickly. See Tim, McCullum nurture and a pig. That's my point. So now all of a sudden if you delay 'cause you don't get the deal done. Remember this stuff like that? He doesn't control his destiny right now. Like, Paul George didn't control his destiny. Kristaps Porzingis and the Knicks number one pick voicemail. Kris Porzingis and the Knicks number one. He's been injured the entire season and number one pick while I love scien- and the potential of RJ Barrett. I love John Morand. I don't think you give up one of those you get those guys in equals giving up Anthony Davis. So here's another question forty. This is also very interesting. Let's say they make the trade whether it's in the off season or whether it's before the trade deadline the Lakers put all their young players out. Maybe not a pick. And they have Anthony Davis. Lebron James, and these guys these older veterans on your deal. They also have. Enough room to sign another superstar. This is a big free agency class coming up this summer. So it's not just LeBron AD in a bunch of miscellaneous parts. They could add another superstar who could you see realistically joining this tandem in Los Angeles. Here's how this goes. Once I have LeBron to me, they're only a couple of people appear with him to even put them in conversation to compete against the warriors. They are Anthony Davis. Kevin Durant kalala ner. That's it. What do you mean? That's it. That means if it ain't one of those three players alongside LeBron you can have two or three more free agents. Come of course, it's not going to equal competition. Now, I'm saying under hypothetical scenario in which they already have a de Lorette. So what's supplemental star? Could you go not at I got sue all NBA cat's neck arrival. Acadian? Steph name VP cats now is building out the roster. What about Kim a Walker? He will as he rep on or a nondescript team currently leading them in Charlotte for the last couple of years jus- words is agent in Seoul, this what makes it more interesting. The fact that once you have AD the willingness of players to come and also veteran bios also veterans taking less to come be a part of it all of those dynamics gonna play just like LeBron turn to Cleveland how they built out there roster. And before you knew it. It was a bunch of people that found a way from Miami to Cleveland whether on the floor or sitting on the behind the bitch or on the coaching staff. Click not leaving goes, no could you Alina where where you get sixty points. Nineteen dribbles..
"sanal" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Let me let me explain something to you four K transfers and restorations none of that was. Do things four K. Nope. I don't. So the way you watched. It is exactly the way. You would have watched it last year case closed, my number one choice. Wait. Yeah. Number one choice dirty in a case close. He's always doing that. Judge talk. Wait. What's your number one? Oh, I guess you're not listening thirty computer by Sanal may. Manet. And. Almost put that on my list. How could it not even be on your land? And I did it's my number one as well. Yeah. It was too. I think it brought me the most joy of anything this year listened to it over and over Siping rate album. I don't know that it I don't I haven't really looked at like online. You know year endless of the best albums. I have to assume it made it onto some. I don't think. So I it wasn't on. Pitchforks. Wasn't on av. Clo-? Al eighty club is indie. So I don't know. Maybe that's that's a weird. I don't understand it. It should have been because it was awesome. But yeah, I don't know. Yeah. Now that Saint Vincent album that was just like. Well, it was it was her last album all redone as just on piano. Yeah. And yeah, maybe some back backing keyboards and stuff. Yeah. Which all was good. Yeah. I'm not. I'm just thinking of other albums. I love as much as Salman that album. The original one the one from this year's good too. But the first one I gave me as much choice, dirty, computer. And Jerry, computer, give me a lot. Joe? I love this album so much. Yeah. I'm glad we we agreed on something. Yeah. This whole time. It said we don't agree on anything. We shouldn't do a podcast together. And it turns out we both at the same number one surprise surprise. So we'll do the podcast for at least another episode. You want to take a quick break? And we'll do our returning things, which according to you to of mind should be on except not really we'll be right back. Comrade? Good job. Oh days. Try. Is wearing. Stable, jay. Creation..
"sanal" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Donate a minimum of one million dollars in two thousand nineteen and firehouse of public foundation by donating quite one one percent of every purchase. Okay. He is. Right back here. On the rich Eisen show, his new film in which he's acting and he produced a violent man is in theaters on February eighth. He is Thomas q. Jones. Good to see, sir. Thank you. Thanks for coming back here. So I kind of teased it in a way about how you watch the eagles and bears game with my guys over there. How'd you take in the game is sooner rooting for the bears because you're history was the Chicago down, man. Okay. Once a bear always kind of like a Twitter hashtag hashtag bid on asset wants a Bill bears. Like it. On the plane last night coming back to Miami to LA. Is it was tough. It was it was tough for me. Honestly, I think playoffs, you know, the crap shoot guys are gonna be ready to play teams going to be ready to play whether it's a home away game and they played well enough to win and to lose like that is. Of just feel bad for the fans. I feel bad for the players. I mean, I was watching his like as if I played and I thought they won. I thought when he when he hit the the the bar thought it went through you tell Sanal when you say you watched it like you playing how do you conduct yourself on a plane hot has. You know, my people going crazy the whole plane. I mean, everyone was watching you know, and the guys next eagles fan. I'm watching it in and I had had on a sweatshirt, and so they didn't they didn't recognize me. So you know, anytime the bears play. I mean, they're turn around talking each other. And he says you see that play. I'm just looking at him like. You know? And then you like in my mind, because I know that process, you know, I know that process all to will. And I'm thinking catch the ball. You know, God you gotta make that play the playoffs. It's it's literally game of inches anyway. Right. With my coaches say you know, when you get into playoff game disa- game of half inches. It's that close to win losing. And I'm watching from a technical perspective and they play well enough to win. You know? I mean, you have to give the eagles credit, you know, but a. The bears they play well enough to win. They just that last play. I know it's interesting. You're here. Thomas Brockman off you saw this break about ten minutes ago. I got this Email from the NFL network that the leagues game statistics group. There's a group of folks watch the game and compiles two ticks, and they're the ones who gave me a fantasy loss earlier this year when they took a touchdown away from Kyle Rudolph for covering a ball that they still thought that latavius Murray broke the plane. They have officially changed the statistic from a missed kick for Cody parkey to a blocked field goal. Oh, it was officially now. A block a Trevan Hester block. That's film has been going around the internet. It's now officials on Twitter that it was tipped you think it's different. You think different for Cody parking. Now that it's a it's a fishery in the books is a blocked kick. No. Well, I mean definitely altered to kick. If it was tipped all to that you checked. So definitely what I think. I mean, ultimately, I mean that that's a kick that you have to make you have to make kick unless it's just outright blocked or just tip to the point where it's you know, the trajectory just way off right? I mean, that's a kick that you have to to make him. When I saw him kick the first one because I couldn't really I didn't have my earphones in and a game was over. And I didn't know they ice them. And so. Saul his body language when he kinda ducked his head. I was like, oh, it's not a good sign..
"sanal" Discussed on First Things First
"It will be have handed appropriately. So I'm not going to speculate on trays and things of that nature. We have haven't formally received a request in that regard. So I'm not going to speculate. I'm not gonna speculate in terms of where to discipline might go and things of that nature. Just know that is going to be addressed. And it will be addressing needs to be dressed for obvious reasons when we're talking about the darkest hour. Okay. We're talking about playing to win a game and needing other dominoes to fall for us to be in the tournament. And and the guy not communicating that is a real elementary discussion. Visit reach a point where it becomes more problematic than it's useful. Certain. Cut. She sounds upset. He sounds like not the Mike Tomlin that we're sometimes used to where he sweeps everything under the rug and things aren't to be delayed. Sounds like this is a big deal. It's upsetting. How could it not be upsetting? You have one of your best players who not only doesn't show up, but doesn't communicate and you are playing for your playoff life and for the division, and that's a hard thing. Now that being said, you know, what you're getting into most of the time you sign a contract extension. You're not tricked by by people's Sanal. So you can have some excuse actually, miss a little bit. If they're not in the building. And you don't have that firsthand knowledge, you you can be fooled occasionally there. But this is this is a player that was in the building. And I'm sure there's probably there's probably way more to the story than than than what we're seeing right now. And if you wanna live in that world, and you're gonna commit big money to to players that that can be unpredictable. At times, then you better be ready to live with unpredictability. And that's the world that the Steelers have have lived in for a long time. And it's paid off for them quite a bit. It's not the world that I was from. It's not necessarily the world that I believe in. And but other people have found a way to make that work. Now that being said you own what happens when it happens because you went in to it with your eyes wide open, this is, but even by Steeler standards. This is an extreme circumstance you guys both Chris. And in you, coach talk about how the public doesn't understand how many for lack of better term crazy guys aren't an NFL locker room, and how many things happening locker room that is just maybe the general public would be shocked by but for you guys. It's just kind of just part of going to a very unique office. Right. And so we were talking off the air about a guy who just didn't know on any given day. What guy you were getting as far as the meeting room? As far as what his general demeanour was that's one thing. And every team's gotta deal with that too. 'nother thing when a guy goes AWOL like that is not typical that is not there aren't a litany of examples of guys in what is essentially a playoff week of Antonio brains Brown stature or of anyone stature not showing up for a couple of days. And then the agent calls the coach day the game. Hey, my guy is gonna play like even by the Steelers standard of it to different family with different relationships. This is an extreme circumstance where what would typically be our year in press conference. We're we're addressing everything they had a press conference where tunnel was asked midway through the press conference. A question about the middle linebacker position. And he flatly said, listen, we'll address all that later. We are here to address as particular circumstance, and it's the future of Antonio Brown and the recent history of Antonio Brown, and I just feel like Tom Lewis putting an impossible spot where he had no choice but to. Not play on Sunday. Right. We all agree. There is no chance he could say, okay. When Rosenhaus techs art good. He'll be active. So he is putting a position where he can't play a guy. We saw what happened to they're often without him ju had a great year..
"sanal" Discussed on Starting9
"How all of that went away the AJ LS left the dodger. Yeah. Isn't that? Interesting. Yeah. You never heard so much about. Yes. Yelp week being clubhouse cancer after the catcher with a four forty s left. Yeah. It wasn't van like to Scott Vance like an HA LS who couldn't have been less relevant to what the dodgers were doing. Yeah. Big picture. We're shitting all over a guy who I mean, if we're going to be real about this. It wasn't just because. Yes. Yes. Help week is different than Ellis. Yeah. Like he'd culturally every in every way possible. And I think it was if that's true it's fucking gutless. And I think it unfairly colors the way to your point the week in LA era viewed. Yeah. Because it should be viewed as much more of a success than failure. I don't think anyone. I'm sure that there will be people who look back at it. And be like. Yeah. Well, you know. Untapped unfulfilled potential. Maybe and there's a lot there's there's a lot of other issues that were going on within that organization and plead and his time in the organization and stops along the way way the way he treated individuals some of the run-ins he had with staff or those are stories that not the entire world doesn't hear those are stories that make their way around the baseball world those restore that told around the cage and shit. So you hear about how he is. Or how he has been or how he was in a clubhouse from time to time. But you're right, depending on where it's coming from has a lot to do with the color of that picture, they're painting. So I think with Grandy like they've put a like a name to like there was like a like a bus incident with grant or to kick them off the bus or something like that. There's there's a lot net. I. I don't know. I just feel like if in some senses almost came around at the wrong time because I feel like if y'all yelp week burst onto the scene in two thousand eighteen or two thousand nineteen in with all the stuff he would be embraced Dow, but you know, what maybe no way clubhouse, but by the game of but by the fans of baseball like you saw major league baseball. What was let the kids play prior to the start of the postseason that was their most successful marketing strategy that. Yes, MLB, social or MLB anything has ever had. Also this right now. What Ronda Rousey did for the female fighter and the UFC and bringing it mainstream. Yes. Yelp week did for the emotional. The attributes baseball player. That's what he did. I hear people people were like oh fuck like this dude's good. And he gets generally does not give a fuck. He is. He don't give up buck like, that's that's a that's a single too shallow. Right. Sitter Fifty-seven, hops. And he just beat it out. And after he beat it out. I can't even see him because there's a cloud of dust from him slapping his chest. Why talking losing his mind? He's been in the big leagues for fucking for ten minutes. And he's behaving this way. So that's where baseball was like, I'll we can't have it who is this guy and the rest of the world was like, oh my God baseball behaves this way, I might watch Sanal here. We are as you said Jay marketing the idea. Of having fun. So king Griffey junior with a hat back. Basically what you're saying? Is that Yasser Al we took all the Aero's from people like Brian McCann. So that the next generation could thrive. Bang. You've got it one..